Hello everyone! I hope you're all having a wonderful week so far.
I want to say thank you to everyone who joined my first Feather Your Nest Thursday's link party! It was fun visiting all your blogs and seeing your nesting ideas. I must say it was off to a bit of a slow start, but I'm gonna give this a go for a month to see if it grows a little bit each week. If it keeps growing, then I will keep hosting! :)
I simply adore white ironstone pitchers! I love their varying shapes, sizes, crackling, and shades of white. I use them throughout my home as pieces of art, almost like a sculpture. So, without further ado, here are some pictures from my archives of how I use pitchers to feather my nest.
I hope you enjoy...
I have a collection of varying sizes on a shelf in a cabinet in my hallway.
I have them in my bedroom, ready for fresh flowers from the garden when they're in bloom.
Here's a picture I know most of you have seen before, but it it's a perfect example of how I use pitchers like artwork in my living room.
I can use these to put flowers or other collections in, or leave them just the way they are. I almost prefer them empty, so I can better see their beautiful form.
A collection of tiny pitchers in my kitchen. I've used one pitcher to hold another collection of vintage folding rulers.
Again, I know most of you have seen this picture already, but look how different this pitcher is from most of my other pitchers. I love the simplicity of its shape.
These pitchers are not antiques or vintage, but you wouldn't know it by looking at them. I bought these little beauties at Target years ago. They're the perfect size for hanging on hooks.
How do you feather your nest?
Thanks again to everyone for stopping by and joining my second Feather Your Nest Thursday's link party and helping to try and make it a success. I appreciate it so much!!
For those of you who are new to the party, here's all you have to do to join:
1. Add a picture and link to your Feather Your Nest post to the linky tool below.
2. Please make sure to leave a link back to this post on your blog, so your visitors can come join in on the party.
3. Go visit each other...that's what these parties are all about. Have fun!
The linky tool will be open until 6 a.m. on Saturday, so if you don't have a post ready yet, there's still plenty of time to put one together and come join in on the fun. You could even use a post from your archives that pertains to feathering your nest. :)
Just another reminder that there are still a few more days left to enter my 200 followers giveaway. To find out how to enter, just click here.
I also wanted to thank everyone who left such sweet comments about my teeny, tiny bathroom. I enjoyed reading each and every one!! I tried to visit everyone who left a comment, but I simply ran out of time in the day. Yesterday was my eldest daughter's 13th birthday, so it was a day of celebration for us and was a rather busy day. :)